Thursday, February 18, 2010


I've added a border - I'm eager to finish this quilt as I want to clear my work space for the Red Pepper Quilts, Bricks and Stones! (ps, wow that dark green patch really sticks out and it probably shouldn't be there)

4 comments:

Christina said...

I think it looks great!

I finally posted today about the gorgeous fabric you sent me. :)

woollie said...

As a new reader of your blog I must say you've got me on the liberty bandwagon! Your creations are gorgeous! Are there any books around with liberty quilt patterns? Got the link from the calico and ivy blog which is lovely too. All the best,Debbie

Danielle said...

Hey Debbie - I don't have your email address to reply direct. I don't really follow patterns. I make it up as I go, always very simple so as to avoid stress as I'm not a precision sewer! I find Liberty works best with small pieces, small blocks, mixed, uncoordinated, random colours as each Liberty fabric is a story in itself and does not need to conform to precision or colour-coordination. Use Liberty in everything - mix it up and enjoy it. You'll always know a Liberty-lover when they recognise that tiny bit of Liberty placed randomly in a quilt of many fabrics. At the moment I'm working on a quilt by Red Pepper Quilts (see my link) called Bricks and Stones. I'm using Liberty for this and hope to get a photo on the blog soon. Thanks for visiting x

PottyMouthMama said...

It looks BEAUTIFUL. You've done such a gorgeous job. So, so pretty.